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Nov 17, 2013 10:00pm EST
disaster. we may look at it as a time that we got excited we might work out fine the same way medicare part d did. >> is this a defining moment for the president? as you look at the arc oh it was last 50 years and the problems of the presidents based in this country, is it comparable? >> well, i think if you look at specifically obama care as sort of the enter piece for the obama presidency, right, president obama sort of represented a new type of liberalism, or a return to an older type of liberalism that had been jetsoned in the clinton years. that's a big liberalism. it says we can do big things with government and get things done. the problem has been for obama is that he admitted as much in the thursday press conference where he was talking about the website and talking about the troubles that -- that the difficulties of whether that comes with buying insurance. buying insurance is figuring out what's difficult. more so than any republican or commentator could make with a damning critique of his own vision of government, of his own vision for what his presidency was supposed to be like
Nov 10, 2013 10:05pm EST
, medicare part d. there's a lot of reason why conservatives might reject circa 2003 republican party. but bill frist isn't in the senate anymore. dennis hastert isn't there. george w. bush isn't there. the past couple of years, you elected an incredible crop of rubio to rand paul to suzanna martinez, to chris christie. you know, there's been so many exciting things happening. and i don't get why now there's this resentment maybe they won't be happy until mitch mcconnell and john boehner is on. why not give it to pat toomey and marco elliott and rand paul. there's a new flock of conservatives. why not give them a chance to get things done. but they're being labeled the establishment now too. and why should they pay -- i agree, ten years ago, republicans did some bad things. they can move past that. >> the votes. just by comparison. the female vote for chris christie, 57% compared to the female opponent who garnered 42% of the vote in that state. >> absolutely. chris christie has a great, great night. and i think a couple of things to learn there is, one, i think is clearly when you ca
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